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  • The next day, before a jam-packed crowd of five thousand at Browning Field, Diz showed up wearing a drab-looking uniform with just “Dizzy Dean” inscribed on the jersey—his generic barnstorming outfit.

    Satch, Dizzy & Rapid Robert

  • The next day, before a jam-packed crowd of five thousand at Browning Field, Diz showed up wearing a drab-looking uniform with just “Dizzy Dean” inscribed on the jersey—his generic barnstorming outfit.

    Satch, Dizzy & Rapid Robert

  • The next day, before a jam-packed crowd of five thousand at Browning Field, Diz showed up wearing a drab-looking uniform with just “Dizzy Dean” inscribed on the jersey—his generic barnstorming outfit.

    Satch, Dizzy & Rapid Robert

  • The next day, before a jam-packed crowd of five thousand at Browning Field, Diz showed up wearing a drab-looking uniform with just “Dizzy Dean” inscribed on the jersey—his generic barnstorming outfit.

    Satch, Dizzy & Rapid Robert

  • Paramount movies of the '50s were very drab-looking -- the studio reacted to budget cuts by using cheap sets, avoiding location shooting, and generally making it look like everything was shot in a warehouse, which it probably was.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Paramount movies of the '50s were very drab-looking -- the studio reacted to budget cuts by using cheap sets, avoiding location shooting, and generally making it look like everything was shot in a warehouse, which it probably was.

    The Strange Love of Hal B. Wallis

  • The drab-looking, winter-weathered tops on my garlic plants are greening up.

    Last Weekend in Review

  • A bell with a little red tassel hung next to a drab-looking door.

    Life Shift

  • There was nothing on display in the front windows, which were heavily curtained with a drab-looking material.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • There was nothing on display in the front windows, which were heavily curtained with a drab-looking material.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

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  • Can anyone help me understand the American Heritage Dictionary definition?

    May 30, 2010